The lectures will examine how our cities can be re-made in ways that will both inspire and enable all to live well – safely, healthily, prosperously, with pleasure and freedom – and within tightly bounded environmental limits.
All lectures are open to the public and will start at 4pm in Lecture Theatre One at the Department of Architecture, 1-5 Scroope Terrace, Cambridge, CB2 1PX. No registration is necessary. Full details can be found here (pdf).
- Way beyond Smart: the case for Remarkable Cities (Jonathan Smales, Executive Chairman, Beyond Green)
- How shall we live? (Joanna Yarrow, Founding Director, Beyond Green)
- A new movement? (Neil Murphy, Director Policy, Planning & Economics & Bruce McVean, Integrated Design Manger, Beyond Green)
- Urban form for remarkable cities (Paul Murrain, urban designer and landscape architect)
- Civic strategies: extra-ordinary developments (Matt Dearlove, Group Architect & Richard Kendall, Managing Director, Beyond Green)
- Remarkable construction (Chris Whitehead, International Head of Sustainability, Balfour Beatty)
- Remarkable real estate (Richard Powell, Planning and Development Director, Capital and Counties)